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post #361 of 1879
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Originally Posted by s0up2up View Post

Hey there guys, anyone able to give me the measurements for the mounting holes for the Sniper 3? The E-ATX one not the M3.
Can't find it anywhere, slash there are contradictory posts.
Cheers in advance guys!

it the same as any atx motherboard.
post #362 of 1879
So it doesn't use the Full ATX/E-ATX mounting hole spacings, but rather the ATX ones?
post #363 of 1879
Pretty sure it doesn't use the exact same ones. Looking at pictures of my old build and comparing them to my current, the Sniper uses E-ATX mounting holes

Comparision between the Sniper and a standard ATX P7P55 LX, as you can see the Sniper uses the extra mounting holes to the right.


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maybe the green is too much? Might just go with all black. hmmm thinking.gif

 
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IDK i think it is okay. When you install memory and GPU you wont see much green.

About the mounting holes, if your case supports ATX boards, then the Sniper 3 will fit without issue at least 99% of the time. It uses the same holes man, standard ATX, the Sniper 3 doesn't have any extra holes.
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About the mounting holes, if your case supports ATX boards, then the Sniper 3 will fit without issue at least 99% of the time. It uses the same holes man, standard ATX, the Sniper 3 doesn't have any extra holes.

Do explain, 'cause if I'm not mistaken, the picture of my old P7P55 LX used the standard ATX mounts, and the Sniper 3 uses the extra mounting holes to the right.
post #368 of 1879
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Do explain, 'cause if I'm not mistaken, the picture of my old P7P55 LX used the standard ATX mounts, and the Sniper 3 uses the extra mounting holes to the right.

Your P7P55 LX is not proper ATX board (it shorter than it should be). Proper ATX boards use 3 screws from left to right, and three screws from top to bottom (sometimes there are missing screws in the middle of the board).

G1 Sniper 3 is E-ATX; however, it doesn't require E-ATX mounting screws and relies totally on ATX holes.
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post #369 of 1879
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Originally Posted by DeXel View Post

Your P7P55 LX is not proper ATX board (it shorter than it should be). Proper ATX boards use 3 screws from left to right, and three screws from top to bottom (sometimes there are missing screws in the middle of the board).
G1 Sniper 3 is E-ATX; however, it doesn't require E-ATX mounting screws and relies totally on ATX holes.

Ah k, I see, I see. Yea I was having a look around the net before and it seemed as though what you're saying was the same as the results coming up in my search, so thankyou for that(even though it wasn't for me)

The more you know. Haha
post #370 of 1879
Awesome! Cheers for the response guys!

+Rep, to Dr Acula, gotendbz1, DeXel, and Sin0822. really appreciate the help!
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